Who Benefiits From Treatment?

Anyone Suffering From Dizzy Spells, Vertigo, Poor Balance may benefit from treatment. 

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What Happens During Treatment?

We Start With a Detailed Assessment and Testing to Determine the Root Cause of Your Symptoms. Treatment Is A Combination of Hands-On Therapy and Exercises Designed For You!

Vestibular Rehabilitation

Dizzy Spells, Vertigo & Balance

Vestibular rehabilitation is an exercise-based program, designed by a specialty-trained vestibular physical therapist, to improve balance and reduce problems related to dizziness.

Vestibular Rehabilitation In Saskatoon

With Jenel Maruk RMT

Our Therapist has extensive training in Concussion Protocol From the University Of Calgary & Vestibular Rehabilitation just like a PhysioTherapist. Along with being a Certified Yoga Alliance Teacher Her Extensive Knowledge As a Registereed Massage Therapist Ensures Accurate and Effective Treatement. 

Vestibular Rehabilitation In Saskatoon

With Jenel Maruk RMT

Patients typically referred for vestibular rehabilitation therapy are those diagnosed with dizziness, imbalance, vertigo, Meniere’s syndrome, benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), neck-related dizziness and migraines. Other candidates are patients who have had a stroke or brain injury or who frequently fall.

Common symptoms that can be helped with vestibular rehabilitation include:

  • Dizziness or blurry vision with head movements

  • Neck tightness, stiffness and/or pain

  • Imbalance or the need to hold onto objects when walking

  • Headaches

  • Frequent falls

  • Generalized “dizziness, wooziness and foggy head” feelings

  • Vertigo/spinning

Vestibular Rehabilitation In Saskatoon

With Jenel Maruk RMT

At your appointment, a physical therapist will evaluate your symptoms and review your medical history. Your assessment will include all or part of the following areas:

  • Balance and/or leg strength/flexibility

  • Gait (how you walk)

  • Visual stability and mobility

  • Neck mobility and neck and arm strength

  • Positional testing

Based on the findings, a plan of care is developed. The goal of your treatment plan is to improve any deficits that were identified. This, in turn, will improve your ability to function in activities of everyday living, reduce your risk for falling and ultimately, improve your quality of life.